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We hope the airline doesn’t misplace your gear, but if it does, this ski bag will keep your loved ones safe until they’re found.

Take your two favorite pairs of skis from the quiver, and rest assured that the fully padded, DAKINE Concourse Double Ski Bag will keep them safe until you arrive in a different powder paradise. Stash your boots, outerwear, gloves, and goggles in the three spacious external pockets. DAKINE also added an internal tool pocket so you can keep your multi-tool close to the rest of your gear. Don’t worry about carrying this bag all the way from your car in the economy lot; the Concourse Double’s urethane wheels will save you that agony.

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4 5

HUGE

as others have stated, this bag is BIG. We got the 185 and were able to fit my skis (141s), my husbands (170s), 2 pairs of kids skis, 2 pairs of poles, a pair of boots, 2 helmets AND a bunch of clothes. The trick is getting it on the plane! We flew AirTran and I emailed ahead and researched their rules on checking skis. Apparently, certain sports equipment can weigh up to 70lbs and still count as the first checked bag- I only paid $15 to check this monstrosity BOTH ways. I highly recommend CURBSIDE check-in! OR just make a little fuss and show the check in person your email from corporate that explains the rules. You'd think they'd know all this in DENVER, but they tried to make me get it down to 50 lbs (it was 62) until i put up a little fuss and showed them the email ; ). Like another reviewer mentioned, it was VERY difficult to use the wheels as the bag sagged in the middle no matter how we packed it. Get a shorter bag than you think you need or be prepared to carry it. Also, getting it into the car was tricky since it was so big/heavy/long. Overall, it works well for us and is well made.

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If you have longer skis the bag doesnt sag near as much.

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Will Hellbent 189s and obSETHed 189s fit...

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Will Hellbent 189s and obSETHed 189s fit this bag at the same time?

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Does anybody know if the 185cm bag will...

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Does anybody know if the 185cm bag will fit my 183cm gotamas as well as my wifes 152cm snowboard? Are the bags wide enough?

Big, Heavy, Well-Suited for Travel in the Alps

Big, Heavy, Well-Suited for Travel in the Alps

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The trains in Switzerland are definitely equipped for luggage this big, but I am not sure of where else you could get away with it. A weekend's worth of touring and mountaineering gear, food, and extra clothes for afterward easily fit - with 1 pair of skis/boots, mind you. You could fit 2 pairs, but then would have almost no room for other gear.

My 190cm BD Verdicts fit perfectly into the 185 Concourse double, side by side. Win!

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i have a pair of 194 xxl's wondering if...

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i have a pair of 194 xxl's wondering if they would fit in the 185 bag or if i should just get the 200 and pay the extra at the airport.

4 5

Awesome bag but MUCH bigger than stated

We ordered the 185cm bag because anything much bigger is trouble for international travel. When the bag arrived we were very much impressed by its overall quality BUT the 185cm bag is over 200cm long!!! It's even too long to fit into our car when we put the backseat down ... that's how big it is. And since it's a nice sturdy bag there is no way to fold over an end to make it fit. So awesome bag if you don't need to fly with it and if you have a very large car.

2 5

Just entirely too long

Very well constructed as all Dakine products are. Bought the 200cm with the idea of carrying extra gear along with skis. Unless you're skiing long cross country or 200+ cm downhill skis you just don't need anything near this big. Without internal structure supports my 181cm and wife's 167cm skis left the bag floppy and bowing down the middle making it very difficult to keep the bag on it's wheels. We tried multiple packing variations and were still just dragging it on the belly. It was so unmanageable we left it at home. Can only imagine the issues with size at the airline ticket counter, especially after reading the comments here. Will consider the shorter Dakine bag but even that seems as though it will be too long for today's shorter, shaped skis.

5 5

roomy

This bag has tons of room, and is pretty big. I haven't tried two pairs of skis, but i was able to pack my skis, gear, and a bunch of clothes in this bag and still come in at 45 lbs so i didn't have to pay extra on the airplane. And good thing too, when i picked up my bag, it was covered in mud (it obviously fell off a luggage cart at some point) but the bag has lots of padding and heavy duty zippers, so my gear was fine. The straps are good as well to keep the skis from flopping around. This bag should last for years

3 5

Good bag

Good bag with plenty of space and protect skies, but way to heavy for air travel weight.

5 5

Great Bag!

Got this bag for my 189 hellbents. Picked up the 200cm. & all my gear fits with room to spear! If you are looking for a bag to do it all, this is it! Worth every penny!

4 5

Big, but does the job.

This bag is big, be prepared to pay extra at the counter for it. The airlines usually seem to be balking at the dimensions. I had my 181 P4's, my wifes 161's, boots, backpack, 4 helmets, 2 pairs of poles, and came in just at the 50lbs limit, but still paid 175$ extra for the dimensions leaving SLC. Recommend curbside check-in as I didn't get charged a dime extra at JFK after I tipped the guy 20$.

As far as the bag, excellent quality inside and out. Internal tension straps made it easy to cinch it all down inside. Would like to see the same tension straps on the outside as well. Held up extremely well in travel.

Big, but does the job.
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Is the photo of the 185cm or 200cm? ....it looks huge! Thanks for adding a photo by the way....you can really get a perspective on its sheer size!

5 5

It's a beast

I've packed this baby with 2 pair of skis, 2 pair of poles, 2 pairs of boots and a few assorted ski-related items and it didn't whimper. It's heavy, but there was plenty of room for more stuff.

With this bag and their backpacks, 2 guys could take multi-day ski trips without the need for additional luggage.

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Same, I have had 2 pairs of skis with bindings, one without bindings(3 pairs total), helmet, boots, 3 sets of poles, and more gear than you could shake a stick at. Extra everything from jacket to socks to gloves you name it. Not to mention a full tune kit my backcountry pack with shovel and probe. This bag will take anything you throw at it. I lived in KY until recently so I was always traveling with skis. From Interlaken to Heavenly and everywhere in between, this bag has taken care of business

I have this bag in the long length (200)...

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I have this bag in the long length (200) and it holds my Gotamas (183 CM) and all my gear. Think a pair of Kuros (195 CM) will fit?

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The bottom of the bag does not stretch that well, but the tip of the bag does stretch a little with the material. This is also the longest ski bag I own.

The last time I tried to use my 200cm ...

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The last time I tried to use my 200cm Dakine Concourse Double ski bag the airlines charged me oversized baggage fees. Has anyone had any luck using it without getting hit with the fees? If so, on what airline?

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I've flown with my Swix Coffin (Wwich is pretty huge) on Continental and Delta several times and never had any issues. I had 2 pairs of skis, and a ton of gear in it, tipped the scale at an even 50lbs each time (after I took some gear out of it). What airlines are giving you issues?

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As I recall, the airline was American and the bag wasn't over 50 pds. They objected to the dimensions of exceeding 80 linear inches (l+w+h).

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I got away with it on Delta. The agents didn't seem to know what they were doing, and it helps that the bag is so long that it isn't accurately weighed by their scale.

5 5

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Great Bag! if you actually put skis in it you don't need any internal suspension or crap that the guy who rated this with two stars implied. I've had this bag for two seasons now and use it when traveling to VT, UT, and AK. Have never had issues with it in the airport (fly Jet Blue) I've packed it with over 145lbs and had no issues getting it from point A to B. I use the 200cm cause i have the 189 Hellbents and they fit nice and snug!

5 5

My Luggage

I do not know how people can travel on ski trips anymore without using a roller ski bag. This bag has gotten me through downtown Tokyo, streets of Saas Fee, Zurich training station to the Alps, etc.

I am a strong girl, but I am still a female and I need all the help I can get when I have my roller duffel and my ski bag. Knowing that I can carry both my bags anywhere in the world is comforting to me.

5 5

Bag is well made, designed, but dimensions run big.

The bag is well made and makes carrying skis easy, but the 185 cm bag is plenty long for 195 skis. The 200 cm bag is too long for anything but cross country skis. Also, this bag, will hold two pairs of boots. I love this factor, but with two sets of skis and boots, it really is close to or over the 50 lbs. per bag limit on bags. You could really fit all the gear you need for a weekend trip, including your clothes, in this bag, but for the weight restrictions. I haven't had any trouble yet, but I flew United last year, and they had relaxed the restrictions for skiers. If Dakine would get the airlines to fit this bag into their restrictions, they should sell a million of these. The bag is really the best way to carry skis and boots through airports that I have ever run across.

1 5

Too floppy

Too floppy w/ gear loaded. Needs better internal suspension and external compression straps.